- Style:Abstract, Experimental, Ambient
- Date of release:
- Size FLAC version1707 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1420 megabytes
- Size WMA version1942 megabytes
- Formats:RA MIDI MP2 MP4 DXD VOC AUD
The following appeared in the &etc newsletter. In the year or so before his death Bryn Jones was working on re-mixes of various artists (largely associated with Law and Auder records) for Martin Lee-Stephenson. These have been compiled onto this double disk, and provide us with another angle on Muslimgauze particularly his relationship to others music. Again, I haven't heard any of the originals, so can't relate how far they have moved from their source, but will relate them rather to the Muslimgauze sound(s). In many respects this album seems to be a mirror image of 'Occupied Territories', the Staalplaat album of Muslimgauze tracks remixed. Where that album is Muslimgauze distorted through the lens of the remixer and revealing some of both, here we see some of Muslimgauze being poured into these other moulds.
Complete your Muslimgauze collection. Gulfwar (Part Three). Green Is The Colour Of The Prophet. Abu Nidal (LP, Album, Ltd, RE). Vinyl-on-demand.
Listen to abu-dis online and get recommendations on similar music. Album descriptions on Last.
Disc 1 /artwork/Inside Cover. Disc 1 /artwork/Outside Case Cover. Disc 1 /artwork/Disc 2 - Di. ng - . 6. Disc 1 /artwork/Thumbs. Disc 1 /artwork/Inside Case Cover.
The name Muslimgauze is a play on the word muslin (a type of gauze) combined with Muslim, referring to Bryn Jones' preoccupation with conflicts throughout the Muslim world. Early musical career. Jones first released music in 1982 as . Oblique Graph on Kinematograph, his own imprint, and the independent co-op label Recloose, run by Simon Crab. Abu-Dis released: 2000. Your Mines in Kabul released: 2000. The Inspirational Sounds of released: 2000.
Muslimgauze Related artists.
muslimgauze(v-neck remix)abu-dis jam jarr.
|–Moondogg||Loaded Guns For Iraq||3:36|
|–Talvin Singh||Hard Rest||10:11|
|–Luke Vibert||Infinate Luke Warm Vibe II||8:18|
|–Apollon||We Two Are None / Tangier Box||12:08|
|–Spooncurve||Each Tear (Of Fatima)||3:44|
|–Doppler 20:20||The Avantgardist||11:03|
|–Luke Vibert||Infinate Luke Warm Vibe III||6:05|
|–Talvin Singh||More Hard Rest||2:45|
|–Doppler 20:20||Small Steps To Palestine||5:50|
|–Spooncurve||Tears For Allah||4:36|
|–Force Of Angels||Dune||4:56|
|–Moondogg||This Gun Is Still Bleeding Loaded||10:04|
|–Makyo / Bill Laswell||Devabansha||6:08|
|ADOR 2357||Muslimgauze||Abu-Dis (CD + CD, Enh)||D.O.R.||ADOR 2357||UK||2000|
|none||Muslimgauze||Abu-Dis (2xCD, Comp, Ltd, Unofficial)||Not On Label (Muslimgauze)||none||Russia||2003|